There’s more to Chiswick than the High Road but it’s a good place to start. Live as the locals do and pop into Artisan for your morning coffee, No 197 Chiswick Fire Station for lunch and pick up a 20 inch pizza from Pizza Street for your dinner. That’s before we even start on riverside drinking spots, farmers markets and gin. Here are 11 reasons that make Chiswick well worth the trip west.
Just when you thought the millennials had outdone themselves with the return of the beloved 90s franchise, Pokemon, in the form of Pokemon Go, we discovered something that will trump it: an Emoji Only Menu. The culprits behind it, The Little Yellow Door, will transform the appearance of their regular menu to read only in emojis, and the best part is you can order via Whatsapp directly to the kitchen – all in the universal language of emoji. The menu will offer two courses like buffalo wings with crudities and blue cheese dip; seared steak roll with truffle mayo, caramelised […]
Marylebone home to the likes of Trishna, Il Baretto, Chiltern Firehouse, The Providores and soon it will welcome Mora to its streets when it opens at the end of this month. Situated on George Street, the 58 cover restaurant will be serving up refined Mediterranean dishes with fusion twists. Starters include red tuna spaghetti, scallops with marinated fennel and duck breast lacquered with honey, chillies and raspberries. Main courses include turbot filled with black truffles and salted butter; fresh spaghetti with saffron and bone marrow ragu and Bavette with lobster, courgette flowers and leeks. For pudding there’ll be chocolate lava […]
If we asked you to list a few of your favourite things, chances are that it wouldn’t take you long to start spouting off food or drinks. Your morning coffee, perhaps? A cold pint after work? A slice of pizza… well, anytime? If this is the case, look no further than The London Beer Factory’s takeover at Stir Coffee, bringing together three of everyone’s favourite things for a monthly series celebrating the best Brixton has to offer. Neighbourhood favourite Stir Coffee will be opening its doors after hours, serving up innovative coffee-based cocktails for the monthly series celebrating the local community. The coffee house will be […]
During a stay at a five star hotel it goes without saying that you can get pretty much anything you want/need/desire with a single call to reception. Fresh towels? Absolutely. Breakfast in bed? Easy. But as your requests appear in your room you barely give a thought to the people behind the scenes who have made it happen. We’re not talking about the staff who wash the towels, we’re talking about the farmer who grew the spinach in your green juice and the fisherman who caught your salmon. Sanderson have a new Origins Package which gives producers and farmers the […]
Charlie Gilkes and Duncan Stirling (Cahoots, Bunga Bunga, Bart’s, Mr Fogg’s Tavern et al) are back and this time they are joined by their wives marketeer, Anneke Gilkes and nutritional therapist, Zoe Stirling to bring an all-day fast, casual healthy eating South Kensington joint called Squirrel. Known for fully embracing their themes (this is no half -hearted effort) Squirrel will feature a tree lined walkway, a twenty-one foot long fallen oak tree will make up the service counter, lights will be housed in hanging acorns, you’ll eat from acorn vessels and sit in timber clad tree-houses at large picnic style […]
There are several things that Italians just do better than the rest of us. The obvious ones of course being the likes of pizza, pasta and sports cars. Even more so do the Italians also know how to make the most of their leisure time. As Londoners, we far too often are constantly rushing from one place to the next that even when we do have a spare moment to relax we find it borderline impossible. However, Ham Yard Hotel is gathering inspiration from our Italian friends and giving even us city slickers the opportunity to enjoy some much overdo R&R. Ham Yard […]
In honour what would be the 100th birthday year of everyone’s favourite childhood author (Roald Dahl of course), we’ve seen afternoon teas, themed cocktails and exhibitions of much-loved Quentin Blake illustrations. Tempting Charlie and the Chocolate Factory desserts, fruity James and the Giant Peach cocktails and… dinner at the Twits? Bear with us, it may sound much less appetising than the alternative celebrations but this is a dinner experience like no other, all set to be ‘the worst dinner party in the world’. A theatrical take on dinner at Mr and Mrs Twit’s, theatre company Les Enfants Terribles and creators of the Olivier […]
Welcome to the weekend people! It’s almost here: 48 hours of fun (or if you count the start of the weekend from Thursday night until Monday morning, like we do, 88 hours give or take) so we have your plans sorted so you can pack in as much as possible. Gorge on unlimited ribs and Prosecco, watch a sheep dog display, quaff wine whilst sitting in a deck chair, try out a new afternoon tea and head to a summer market. Get going!
Wedding season is well underway and as if picking a wedding venue wan’t enough there is also the engagement party, bridal party day out, hen do, stag do, pre-wedding dinner to find homes for… To think we struggle to decide where to spend our Friday night. Couples wanting to spend their big day in the big city can take inspiration from Carrie and Big and have their very own cosmopolitan nuptials – Vivienne Westwood dress optional, Big’s no-show certainly not. OXO2 in the OXO Tower are giving brides-to-be a chance to look around their space which is ideal for a […]
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